Dear Neighbors,

 

Welcome!  Thank you for taking the time to visit the campaign website. I have enjoyed serving on the Troy City Council since 2016 and earnestly hope to earn your vote of confidence for a second term.

Together, we've celebrated economic growth, restoration and new development and a renewed passion for community. While we have been blessed with much success the past 4 years, there is still more work ahead.

 

We have weathered several storms together- literally and metaphorically.  I have seen neighbors gather to help, to serve, to listen and learn.  Through difficult days, we are becoming a more united and stronger community.

These uncertain times bring uncertain change. I hope you will agree that we need strong and steady leadership that you can trust to forge ahead. 

With the COVID-19 safety precautions in mind and your health and safety my first priority, I will be relying more on internet communication.  Please be sure to like my facebook page for community news and campaign updates.

 

Please consider StephanieforCityCouncil.com your resource for election details. If you are STICKING WITH STEPHANIE, I hope you will consider joining the campaign team.

 

I look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

 

 

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STEPHANIE BAKER, NATIVE OF TROY, SEEKS SECOND TERM ON TROY CITY COUNCIL 
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  • named as one of the region's "Movers and Shapers" by Business Alabama Magazine 
  • recognized as a “Woman Breaking the Mold” by Plastics News (2019)
  • featured "Four under 40: The Voices of the Future" by Resource Recycling
  • awarded Kappa Delta's national "Order of the Pearl" award of distinction for service to community and named "Alumna of the Year" twice by local chapter
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Women's Empowerment
    Luncheon 2020 honoree
  • selected a "Top 20 under 40 in Pike County" by Troy Messenger

 

AWARDS &
RECOGNITION

 

LEADERSHIP
& VOLUNTEER WORK

  • Troy City Council, District 4
  • Alabama Leadership Initiative Class II
  • Alabama League of Municipalities' Elected Officials Training Program
  • Common Ground Troy- Board Chair
  • LIFE mentor- Charles Henderson H.S.
  • Reunion Troy Committee Chair
  • Keep Troy Beautiful Board of Directors
  • Kappa Delta Alumnae Assoc. President
  • Active member and missions work- First Baptist Church of Troy
  • Troy Miracle League volunteer
  • TroyFest Arts Festival, past Chair (7 yrs.)
  • Pike County Chamber of Commerce, past Chair, Board of Directors
  • Pike County Relay for Life Team Capt.
  • Colley Senior Complex Gala, past Chair
  • Troy Arts Council past Board of Directors
  • Leadership Pike-Class of 2003, Class President

 

INDUSTRY & POLICY INITIATIVES

 
  • KW Plastics Recycling Division, Director of Market Development (17+ years)
  • selected as user advocate by the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2020 The Opportunity Project (TOP) 
  • The Foundation for Plastic Recycling- Board of Directors
  • Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Technical Advisory Committee of the Alabama Committee on Credentialing and Career Pathways (ACCCP) appointed by Gov. Ivey (2019)
  • Troy University School of Science and Technology Advisory Council and industry advocate for the Center for Materials and Manufacturing Sciences 
  • holds a seat on several national trade association's committees

It is very rewarding to be involved in so many aspects of the City of Troy, from local nonprofits to cultural arts initiatives, from business development projects and

now as an elected official.  I have a unique perspective and understanding of the vital role the public sector has in our industries, our charitable interests, and our quality of life

 

I understand this is a job, not simply a title. I understand the importance of inclusivity and accountability.

 

I understand the value of listening and learning, from the board room to the kitchen table, in order to be a 

confident and comfortable

decision maker. 

The Baker Family: Matt, Stephanie, Campbell (age 13) and Sara Gray (age 10)

photo credit: Joey Meredith

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